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Anne Holton, Our Potential Next 'Second Lady,' Gives Us a Peek Inside Her World

Post by Barbara Kimberly Seigel. Anne Holton may be bona fide political royalty, but just minutes into a conversation with her, you will feel like you're talking to your new best friend at book club. Of course, she's that fascinating woman who's had all sorts of cool experiences (like, say, living in Virginia's governor's mansion twice, serving as Virginia's Secretary of Education, and graduating from both Princeton and Harvard).
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